Geert Wilders Down Under

Geert Wilders, the immigration-skeptical leader of the Party for Freedom in the Netherlands, will be touring Australia next month. His trip is being sponsored by the Q Society, and he will appear in Melbourne on the 19th, Perth on the 20th, and Sydney on the 22nd.

According to the promotional page for the tour:

See and hear the most outspoken parliamentarian on the critical issues of Freedom, Islam and our Western society. The Hon Geert Wilders MP is a member of the Dutch Lower House since 1998 and leader of the Party for Freedom. Mr Wilders’ party represents one million Dutch voters and their concerns for the future of their nation, their neighbourhoods and their families.

The time has come to start the discussion about Freedom, Islam and the West in Australia. The Australian experiment of multiculturalism is failing in relation to Islam, just as it has failed everywhere else. Australians are being misled to believe Islam is ‘just another religion’ — when it is in fact much more. Come and see and hear Geert Wilders for yourself in Melbourne on 19 February, in Perth on 20 February and in Sydney on 22 February. Join us for an evening with an exceptional politician, author and very brave man. Doors open at 6pm for a 7pm start.

If you’re in Oz, visit the website to book your ticket online or by telephone.

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  3. Our socialist government (balance of power held by the extreme left Green party, led by a few feminazi crones) tried everything in their little red book to prevent Geert Wilders from coming to Australia. His tour was planned for late last year, so they tried to refuse him a visa. Evenutally they were shamed into granting that visa, but so late that the tour had to be rescheduled.

    Any islamic hate preacher seems to be allowed in here, with hardly any questions asked. This government prostitutes our freedoms for a fist full of muslim votes.

    So: cudos to the feisty Q Society, who persisted against all nasty odds! I’m personally very glad, because so I can at last get the book “Marked for death” signed by Geert Wilders himself. (I recommend it – it’s a great read and quite an eye opener).

    While our freedom of speech is getting gang raped by our left (government, media, academia), we still have a few courageous writers left standing, one of them is this one:

    http://www.smh.com.au/opinion/politics/free-speech-dogged-by-politics-of-difference-20130120-2d13b.html

    And for those who’d rather read about Freedom and one of its defenders, Geert Wilders, in French, here it is:

    http://www.enquete-debat.fr/archives/la-liberte-dexpression-poursuivie-par-le-multiculturalisme-21385

    On that french site, you will find several videos about Geert Wilders and also his Swiss counterpart, Oscar Frysinger.

    • It’s so frustrating to read about how wussy the West is these days. So many Australian meeting halls closing their doors to the brave Geert Wilders, out of cowardice in the face of the Islamic enemy.

      They should take Sir Winston Churchill’s words to heart, “If you’re not willing to fight for the right when you can easily win without bloodshed; if you will not fight when victory will be sure and not too costly; you will have to fight with all the odds against you and only a small chance of survival. There may even be a worse case: you may have to fight when there is no hope of victory, because it is better to perish than to live as slaves”.

  4. Thank you Rita for your work to support a very brave man. I for one will be wearing my GW t-shirt with pride and looking forward to his visit. Fight the good fight! Lets look inward for a change and try to stop the islamisation of Australia. Geert Wilders experience, harrowing as it is, shows what the future holds for us in Australia if we do not fight back now.

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  6. Unfortunately I was not able to attend the meetings with Mr Wilders. Hopefully another time.
    In latest news, apparently the Australian government is going to be building another detention centre on Nauru. The locals are not happy!!
    http://news.ninemsn.com.au/national/2013/08/03/01/06/reports-of-a-third-nauru-detention-centre
    And also, the Australian government is putting aside money to build detention centres at Singleton (NSW) and Darwin (NT) – army bases!!
    http://www.abc.net.au/news/2013-08-03/government-sets-aside-money-for-singleton-asylum-detention-cent/4862824?section=Justin
    With best wishes,
    Leonie

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